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Music and noise
(Sent by Elena Frutos, a student from Toledo, Spain)
Although music and noise go normally both linked on the same way, it is not always the right way to hear it. I mean, on the one hand there are some kinds of music that have been made to be heard
aloud, like pop or rock and roll, and on the other hand, other kinds of music which are severely necessary to be heard on a low level, like classic music or relax music.
Whereas young people, even teenagers prefer listening to
the music during the whole day, and to do it they are prepared with any sort of the multiple
gadgets to be able to do it, people a little bit older prefer listening to music only in these others suitable moments to do it.
From my view, music nowadays is so usual and acceptable, and in some cases so necessary that people in general would not understand neither go shopping nor have a beer without listening to music. It is true the fact that sometimes it can bear to other people but surveys show us the fact that people spend more money
whether when the environment is
acclimatized with music.
Another point to take into account is the fact that it is believed that silence helps to relax you. I am not in favour of this matter. As an example, a person who is used to listening to music because he loves it, probably silence is much more annoying than listening to the music he likes and of course viceversa.
To sum up, music and noise do not have to go on the same way. There are many places to hear music as loud as you want and other places, normally common places like supermarkets, hairdressers, and so on where several measures should be taken to not disturb people who do not stand noises.